Hever Castle’s Accommodation Reopens from 4th July
Following the latest Government advice on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, Hever Castle is delighted to confirm that from Saturday 4th July they will be opening their doors once again and welcoming guests back to the luxury, comfort and space of their award-winning Bed and Breakfast and Holiday Cottage, Medley Court.
The five star gold accommodation will be operating under social distancing guidelines and there will be new safety measures in place to protect guests and staff.
Surrounded by glorious Kent countryside, Hever Castle’s B&B offers 28 luxury bedrooms in the Astor Wing and the Anne Boleyn Wing, both Edwardian Wings, designed in Tudor style. Medley Court is a luxurious four bedroom holiday cottage forming part of the Astor Wing that sleeps up to eight people.
House Manager, Roland Smith says, “We have missed our guests so much! So, it is with much excitement, a renewed energy and a positive hope for the future that we step into this new world and look forward to sharing the safe haven that we have created, whilst at the same time doing what we do best, delivering excellent customer service and presenting a place of peace and tranquillity from where guests can recharge and resurface.
“We have taken our time and given it much thought as to how we can deliver a safe and seamless stay in line with the governments Covid-19 secure guidelines. Outlined on our website are a list of changes and adaptations that we have put in place to ensure a secure and relaxed environment for our guests and our staff.”
All guests receive complimentary access to the Castle & Gardens during opening hours on the day of arrival, the day of departure and all days in between. Guests will be able to explore the 125 acres of grounds, award-winning gardens and lake walk. Boating is also available.
Outside of opening hours, guests can enjoy access to some parts of the grounds and gardens which offers some wonderful unique opportunities for sunrise and sunset memories.